And wherever you live, you must not eat the blood of any bird or animal. (Leviticus 7, 26)
The Bible explains the reason for this prohibition. Blood is nothing but the vessel of the soul.
The Jews are very meticulous about the preparation of the meat. They have infallible methods to extract the slightest drops of blood from raw meat before cooking and eating it. (it is soaked in warm, salty water, or it is roasted over an open fire, etc.)
The ban on the consumption of blood is primarily aimed at avoiding the spirit of violence.
Vision and constant contact with the blood is likely to open doors to savagery and the escalation of violence between men.
It is well known that the consumption of blood is the main gesture, the culminating moment of pagan cults aiming to get in touch with the spiritual world.
Everyone also knows that it is better to avoid feeding dogs with raw meat, lest they become aggressive and uncontrollable.
What is blood?
Any superstition set aside, we can affirm that the consumption of blood represents a kind of fusion with the animal or the person the blood is coming from. This is the reason for the ban. The pagans used this method consciously to acquire the characteristics of the living beings whose blood they drank. It is an act of spiritism and witchcraft. The consumption of blood can result in the intrusion of a demon into the mind of the person who drinks it.
Transplantation of organs is quite similar. Today, we know a lot of testimonies of people having received someone else’s organ and having changed in mind and having inherited of the dead’s concrete tastes or even memories.
In the Bible, there is still another command:
Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day. For my flesh is real food and my blood is real drink. (John 6, 54-55)
The words of Yahushua in the New Testament are clear and seem to contradict the Father’s command that it is forbidden to consume blood, even that of the Passover lamb.
Indeed, the blood of Yahushua, the Lamb of Yahuwah is truly the one and only blood that can and has to be consumed, otherwise the gift of eternal life would not be possible. Drinking His blood is prescribed to merge with Him, so that His Holy Spirit may impregnate us to be cleansed from sin and the death that follows. The Holy Spirit is the only one with which we all must merge.
Not to be confused with the transubstantiation sessions perpetrated by some Christian churches that do anything but remember the Messiah’s unique act of redemption. It is a sacrilege in which pagan priests allow themselves to reiterate the sacrifice of Yahushua in an arbitrary and illegitimate way. They act as they were little gods. This infamous act falls naturally into the category of seances as any other pagan worship.
Medicine knows the case of exosanguino-transfusion when there is an incompatibility between the blood group of the mother and her newborn. These are very rare cases in medicine, but we must know that spiritually, we are all born that way, with unclean and incompatible blood with that of the Father. We bear the sins of our ancestors from our birth and we inherit the promise of death made to Adam.
However, we have the possibility to undergo this exosanguino-transfusion by the Blood of Yahushua.
When we are born again in spirit, it is exactly this “medical” intervention that is happening. This operation is now realized at the spiritual level and is what we call: the process of Sanctification.
When the Spirit of the Messiah comes, the Holy Spirit begins to flow in us, gradually emptying the unclean spirit, the old intoxicated blood, to take its place and revive us. When the Messiah judges us by his Commandments, we absolve and regain power over the given part of our being by sending the Holy Spirit over it who starts injecting its purified blood for revival. This is how he gradually clears the power of Satan to regain his rights over all sections of our lives. This is how the old man becomes a new creature.
Following the baptism with water, comes the baptism of fire, then baptism by blood, when the handover of power is fulfilled.
More generally, not simply at the individual level, but collectively, the prophecy of the Grafting in and back to the olive tree, does follow exactly the same pattern
When the branch is grafted, or grafted again in the case of the Jewish People, the sap contained in the trunk and the root are repelling and clearing out any other foreign sap in order to expel it, to take its place and to revive the branch.
This is how individuals are born again, how christendom can revive and definitely belong to the Messiah.
Zeev Shlomo / 2014 / Richard Sipos